Change your habits and support sustainable fishing!
Impress your friends and family by cooking some of the sustainable seafood recipes!
Why? Because now more than ever we need to adopt sustainable habits to protect the world’s oceans.
More than 200 million people rely on our oceans for their livelihoods. However, seafood are not an inexhaustible supply of food and resources.
Every year, species other than those being targeted for sale are caught up in fishing gear, which kills hundreds of millions of animals, including unwanted fish, corals, turtles, dolphins and seabirds. Conventional fishing methods are pushing our oceans to their limits.
By making the choice to only buy sustainable seafood, you can contribute to the long-term health of our oceans. Eating local fish can make a difference! When you eat the local variety of a particular type of fish instead of its counterpart from across the country or another part of the world, represents a healthy relationship with our oceans and local fisherie. Even out of season, the local fish that has been frozen is preferable.
When you buy fish or seafood with an ecolabel, you support a sustainable fishing and seafood traceability. These standards are helping to make global seafood markets more sustainable. Every purchase contributes to ensure future generations can continue to enjoy seafood!
For exemple over than 15712 products with the blue MSC ecolabel standard are listed in stores in 93 Countries! In order to get certified, fishery clients appoint an accredited certifier to assess their practices against the MSC standard.
So when you buy sustainable fish or seafood you:
- Support independently certified sustainable fisheries,
- Act for healthy, and renewable food source,
- Act for the marine conservation,
- Act for fishing communities,
- Reduce your environmental impact.
The Biotarian Nation believes that sustainable fishing is a powerful solution, for a better future. Change your habits and support sustainable fishing!
Have a look to sustainable seafood recipes:
Tuna croquettes with ground almonds or sesame seeds. Let's go!